CLEVELAND - On Tuesday, many attended to kick off the 21-County Harvest for Hunger food and funds drive, which takes place every spring in Northeast Ohio. Last year more than 200 companies, schools, nonprofits, and governmental entities in Northeast Ohio participated by running food and fund drives, raising $9.7 million.
The campaign is a collaborative effort of four food banks, including the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, the Second Harvest Foodbank of North Central Ohio, and the Second Harvest Foodbank of Mahoning Valley, coordinated locally by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
You can find more information here: Harvest for Hunger
The Supermarket Grocery Challenge was part of the kick-off, which saw iHeart Cleveland's BloomDaddy and Carmen of WTAM 1100 and Jeremiah of 96.5 Kiss FM faceoff with many others in Cleveland media.
You can see photos of the challenge below.